Charlie Palmer Steak, Men's Wearhouse — When PACS Pick Up Lawmaker Tabs
Want to know how to live like a Washington insider? You could do worse than peruse the latest report on improper spending in Congress.
One takeaway: From dining to hotels to shopping, D.C. politicians do not opt for adventure, at least when someone else is paying the tab.
That’s according to a report released Thursday by the watchdog groups Issue One and The Campaign Legal Center. The report analyzed more than 200,000 Federal Election Commission records to determine how Congress Members and candidates use money raised through leadership political action committees.